Kenyans have finally reacted to president Uhuru Kenyatta's Covid-19 directives where he put lockdown on several counties in Kenya in a move to try and reduce the number of Covid-19 infections in Kenya which according to him was rising tremendously.
According to the reports given by the president, he claimed that this was a measure which he was taking in order to try and reduce the number of infections and deaths related to Covid-19 after noticing that these numbers were rising dangerously.
However, he also urged Kenyan Youths to take it easy on themselves because in his own words, he stated that he knew and understood well what this lockdown along with curfew was going to do them in terms of making ends meet.
His directives have received alot of mixed feedback from Kenyans who seemed to have different opinions and suggestions on the matter. With a section of Kenyans claiming that he didn't know the problems they were currently facing, others took action and flocked different bus stations in order to move to their different destinations before the due date.
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